Providence St Mary Medical Center
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Very slow when its full of people. Staff members are polite and friendly and respectful.Bathroom are clean. Environment inside and outside are clean.I got here at 6:51pm and its 10:16pm and I just got seen and I am in a corner room that hardly anyone sees.Nice hospital though. The emergency room needs more staff and at least one more doctor on hand mainly when they are full..
The ER took great care for my daughter. They were very thorough and immediately began treatment. The on call provider Dr Hardy was amazing as well.
The new Physical Therapy Center on 2nd Street at the old General Hospital Main building is SUPER GREAT! The friendly greeting at the Front desk, and then the excellent staff of therapists... you’ll be top-notch before you know it!
I couldn’t have asked for a more kind and caring staff than what I had when I was in the emergency room. It was Thanksgiving and when others were at home with family the nurses and doctors technicians and staff were there to help others. The admission person was so caring. Rachel the ultrasound tech, Liz the nurse, the doctor (his name alludes me at the moment) the student nurse were all amazing, kind and thoughtful.
The receptionist and most of the nurses where friendly at the ER, but when I got in the back the Doctors treated me like scum. One in particular, Dr. Parks. Talked down to me and made me feel stupid for a mistake I know i've done, his job is to treat not lecture. Listening to this poor man's Patrick Dempsey belittle and mock me to his posse of slack draw troglodytes kinda made me want to repeat that dumb mistake that put me in there. Then they gave me a referral to a Orthopedic surgeon to get my hand fixed. Turns out that referral isn't too who I was supposed to see, and now doesn't sound like they want to see me because of that. There's a lot more to this story. Bottomline is you're better off staying home when something is ailing you then coming here, after visiting here twice and getting two non fitting casses, I can only surmise they genuinely do no care.